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 Addressing the Skills Gap by Identifying, Developing, and Rewarding Lifelong Learners

Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020

Time: 2:00 PM ET

Duration: 60-minutes

Organizations are struggling to find skilled workers to fill jobs. Workers are struggling to stay up to speed on the skills they need to succeed in today’s labour market. Students are graduating with skills that are already obsolete. Despite this, there is massive voluntary turnover happening across industries as employees seek jobs that offer them education and growth opportunities. Businesses and educators today need to invest in workforce learning and development in order to stay relevant and prepared for a rapidly changing economy. Employers need to work with education institutions to recruit, develop, and retain lifelong learners who have the capacity and desire to upskill and reskill over the course of their careers.

In this webinar:

  • Explore the skills gap facing organizations today
  • Analyze the role of workforce and educators in solving the skills gap
  • Learn how to identify lifelong learners who will be able to upskill and reskill over time
  • Discover strategies for effectively rewarding and encouraging lifelong learning at your organization

Sponsored by:

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Speakers:

 Kiara

   Kiara Graham

Kiara Graham is a Learning Strategy Consultant at D2L. Kiara has been working in the learning and development field in insurance, health care, education, and technology industries for the past decade. Kiara’s work on the future of work and learning has been featured by the Association for Talent Development, Training Industry, Human Capital Institute, CFO Publishing, CLO Media, HR Dive, and others. As a Learning Strategy Consultant, Kiara works with D2L’s corporate and education customers in a variety of industries on change management, strategic planning, program design, and organizational transformation. Kiara holds an M.A. from Carleton University and lives in Hamilton, Ontario with her partner, 2 dogs, and 2 cats.